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Mills College
Special Collections, F. W. Olin Library
5000 MacArthur Blvd.
Oakland, California 94613
Phone: 510.430.2047
Email: special_collections@mills.edu
Collections with online items: 1
Physical collections: 15
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Bender (Albert M.) Papers

The archive consists mainly of correspondence to Albert M. Bender; generally there are no carbons or copies of his letters....

Catalano (Joe) Papers

Collection consists of research materials, subject files, compositions and projects, materials relating to the arts community and organizations, publicity materials, audiovisual materials and personal papers documenting Joe Catalano’s career as a composer, performer, and producer.

Fenley (Molissa) Papers

This collection documents the professional activities of choreographer and dancer, Molissa Fenley. Collection includes printed promotional materials; performance programs and playbills, publicity, and reviews; choreography notes and diagrams; correspondence; memorabilia; costumes; and photographs.

Global Fund for Women Collection

This collection consists of reference and promotional materials from other organizations divided into eight record groups: Record Group I, Institutions; Record Group II, Periodicals; Record Group III, Monographs; Record Group IV, Conference and Agency Reports; Record Group V, Reference Materials;...

Hitchcock Coit Collection

Collection consists of diaries, photographs, correspondence, and papers of the Hitchcock and Hunter families.

Latimer (Rebecca) Papers

The Rebecca Latimer Papers documents the professional career of writer, Rebecca Latimer. The bulk of the collection contains typescript manuscripts of substantial autobiographical works and juvenile fiction, and periodical articles published in the 1950s and 1960s. Most of these articles...

Milhaud (Darius) Collection

This collection documents Milhaud’s career as a composer and faculty at Mills College. The collection includes articles and clippings, programs, correspondence, writings, photographs, newsletters, manuscript scores, books, published scores, recordings, autograph scores, audio, video, and memorabilia. In general, the collection...

Mills College Historical Photographs

This digital collection consists of items selected from the F.W. Olin Library's photograph collection that depict Mills College's early history. The photographs were selected from the three categories that are represented in the collection: buildings, portraits, and campus life. The...

Nevada (Emma) Collection

The Emma Nevada collection consists of Nevada family personal objects and ephemera as well as research materials for the projected book on Emma Nevada to be entitled The Miner’s Canary (never published).

Oliveros (Pauline) Papers

The Pauline Oliveros collection documents the professional career of composer, accordionist and performer, Pauline Oliveros.

Reese (Mary Lou Hutton) Scrapbooks

15 scrapbooks containing clippings, events programs, photographs, course materials, official riding school documents, and ephemera pertaining to Cressmont, Mills College Riding School, assembled by Mary Lou Hutton Reese (student, then later instructor).

Reinhardt (Aurelia H.) Papers

The archive consists of eight series: Series I. Personal and Family Papers, 1824-1948; Series II. Office of the President Files, 1916-1943; Series III. Rosalind Keep files, 1916-1948; Series IV. American Association of University Women, 1919-1932; Series V. Writings of Aurelia...

Shere (Charles) Papers

Collection consists of compositions, writings, reference materials, correspondence, and subject files documenting Shere's career as journalist and composer.

Spearman (Glenn) Papers

Personal papers of tenor saxophonist Glenn Spearman.

Van Tuyl (Marian) Papers

The Marian van Tuyl Papers contains personal papers, correspondence, and audiovisual materials related to van Tuyl's career as choreographer and dance instructor, including materials documenting her years teaching at mills College, 1928-1970.